Does the “Incommensurability Thesis” Imperil Common Sense Moral Judgments?

Published Date: January 1, 1992 | Topics: Natural Law, Philosophy, Reviews and Commentaries

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Republicans and The Relics of Barbarism

Published Date: August 30, 2004 | Topics: Civil Rights and Liberties, Politics and Current Affairs

Moral conviction made the GOP the GOP. [This article was co-authored by Robert P. George and William L. Saunders.] In the middle of the 19th century, a new political party emerged dedicated to two great moral struggles. The Republican party pledged to fight the “twin relics of barbarism”: slavery and polygamy. By then, slavery was […]

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The End of Democracy: The Tyrant State?

Published Date: November 1, 1996 | Topics: Constitutional Issues, Philosophy, Politics and Current Affairs

America’s democratic experiment has been remarkably successful. Constitutional democracy in the United States has survived a civil war, a great depression, and two world wars. Our nation has assimilated into the mainstream of American life generations of immigrants”many fleeing poverty and oppression in their native lands. We have made tremendous strides towards overcoming a tragic […]

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